candidate running for the Texas State Board of Education -- who, if elected, will determine what goes into children's textbooks -- is facing backlash over comments made on social media about President Obama and the Civil War.
The video, which shows the unidentified officer slapping the teenager twice -- loud enough to hear the impact -- before kicking he or she as they walk down the stairs, has prompted the suspension of both officers involved in the incident.
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As public pressure to enforce civil rights law escalates, the Department of Education released the results of its most recent civil rights investigation today. The…
Lawyers for Lee-Walker believe the teacher's First Amendment rights were violated, as well as her contract with the teacher's union.
A Florida police officer is facing felony charges after he violently shoved a 13-year-old boy for arguing with his mother.
It's unclear who the students in the dated video are, or if their behavior was addressed by the school. But what this video does show is that teachers do indeed get bullied.
The Justice Department is set to open a federal civil rights investigation following the emergence of a now-viral video showing a school resource officer slamming and dragging a Black female student across the classroom.
News that a Black child was suspended for staring at a White classmate highlights an age-old debate about race, as well as the underlying notion of discrimination in schools when it comes to non-White students.
A Round Rock, Texas police officer is under major criticism after he was caught on video grabbing the neck of a Black teenager and pushing him to the ground at Round Rock High School.
McGraw-Hill CEO David Levin believes his company has done more than enough to fix the erasure of slavery from their textbooks.